Call for Papers - Seventh International Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments

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Call for Papers

 You are invited to attend the Seventh International Conference on Remote
 Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, 20-22 May 2002 at the Hyatt
 Regency Miami in Miami, Florida, USA.  Often called the "Capital of the
 Americas," Miami's multi-cultural flair, ocean beaches, and proximity to
 unique aquatic resources make this cosmopolitan city an ideal setting for
 this conference.

 This international conference focuses on the application of remote sensing and
 advanced geospatial information technologies in marine, inland water, and
 coastal environments to address real-world problems and improve
 decision-making.  The conference also includes field trips, workshops, and an
 exhibition of products and services.  The conference is organized by Veridian.

 Paper Submission

 You are invited to submit an abstract (250 words maximum) by 26 October 2001 to
 be considered for plenary or poster presentation.  Abstracts received after
 this date will be considered for poster presentation only.  Include the
 conference topic addressed and preferred type of presentation.

 Notification of your paper's acceptance will be mailed in December 2001.
 Complete papers for the proceedings will be due 22 February 2002.

 Accepted summaries received electronically will be posted on the Web before and
 after the conference.

 Electronic submission:
   E-mail: marine at

 Written and faxed abstracts:
   Veridian Marine Conference
   P.O. Box 134008
   Ann Arbor, MI  48113-4008  USA
   Fax: 1 734 994 5123

 Inquiries only:
   Tel: 1 734 994 1200, ext. 3234
   nancy.wallman at

Please provide complete mailing/delivery address and fax number on all

Conference Topics

Sensors, Processing, and Data Sources

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